SINGAPORE, June 6 (Xinhua) -- Singapore stocks finished higher on Monday, with the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) up 22.05 points, or 0.78 percent, to close at 2,831.28. A total of 859.5 million shares changed hands with turnover of 808.9 ... Shanghai Daily, 2 weeks ago
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The Straits Times, a daily newspaper in Singapore, recently carried a signed article that takes a dig at Uncle Sam over the South China Sea issue by exposing the nature of its so-called freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea.
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Many stock markets around the world have not been doing well this week. For instance, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) in Singapore has fallen around 2% this week while in Hong Kong, the Hang Seng Index has slipped by 3.5% or so. It's not always ...Motley Fool, 1 week ago Why Have Noble Group Limited's Shares Fallen By 62% In A Year Motley Fool, 2 weeks ago
Singapore -- Renowned Singapore speaker Jeffrey Williams, in his value packed article on The Straits Times, Singapore, has revealed some valuable insights on how business owners may empower their staff. In a rapidly changing working environment, it ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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The central bank will set up dedicated departments to combat money laundering and strengthen enforcement, as part of global efforts to clamp down on illicit financing activities. The moves will take effect on Aug 1, the Monetary Authority of ...SG Press Centre, 1 week ago Singapore central bank to set up dedicated teams to combat money laundering Asiaone, 1 week ago Singapore: The Straits Times MAS setting up unit to fight money laundering EthiXbase, 1 week ago
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By Karamjit Kaur , The Straits Times/Asia News Network SINGAPORE -- Plans are underway to erect Changi Airport's biggest passenger terminal, even as key questions remain unanswered. Who will pay for the Terminal 5 (T5) project? Who will run the ...China Post, 1 week ago
Irene Tham The Straits Times Wednesday, June 8, 2016 All computers used officially by public servants in Singapore will be cut off from the Internet from May next year, in an unprecedented move to tighten security. A memo is going out to ...Straits Times Online Mobile Print, 2 weeks ago Citing need for more security, Singapore cuts Internet access of government employees Business Mirror, 2 weeks ago Threat from cyber attacks requires drastic action, IDA official says Today Online, 2 weeks ago No Internet access for Singapore public servants Enterprise Innovation, 2 weeks ago
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